Yearly Archives: 2012
Patricia Faust Sayre of Vineyard Haven died on October 4, 2012, in Boston following a brief illness at Martha's Vineyard Hospital.
Kat Dorr and Aubrey Ashmun scored as the Vineyarders won a first place league showdown with West Bridgewater and qualified for the state tournament.
The arbitrator ruled that Sergeant Fiske failed to comply with Tisbury Police Department domestic violence and sexual assault policies.
Bound under tow for Hyannis, the Betty B awaits salvage on Losterville Beach.
A man with a long and violent criminal record faces cocaine trafficking charges on Martha's Vineyard
According to its counsel, Edgartown has already paid thousands more than it was obliged to, on behalf of James Klingensmith.
He admitted to cocaine dealing, was convicted and sentenced to state prison. But state testing lab employee's malfeasance led to a convict's release.
There was barely a breeze of public comment at the Martha's Vineyard Commission's public hearing on a draft wind energy plan for Dukes County last week.
Only after jailers resubmitted Shannon Owen's fingerprints five days after her arrest did they learn her true identity and fugitive status.
Police and prosecutors sort out charges from a July street fight in Oak Bluffs.
There is no question in my mind that the shore bass category represents the heart and soul of the Derby.
67th Derby Results (Through October 9) Grand Leaders All-Tackle Boat bluefish: Adam Cummings, 16.06. Shore bluefish: Robert J. Boyhan, 15.39 Boat bass: Stephen J. Pietruska, 44.40. Shore bass: Tony...
Spearfishing enthusiasts say Massachusetts loses tourism dollars. Opponents argue it is already an overfished stock.
Selectmen tell tournament opponents they will need more signatures to get a question on the April election ballot.
Café Moxie has risen from the ashes of a fire that destroyed it four years ago and is expected to open its doors on...
Tisbury Water Works (TWW) customers with delinquent accounts must pay them in full by Monday, October 15, to prevent water service shutoffs.
A man charged with assault told police they had not right to arrest him, because he was a special police officer.
The Martha's Vineyard Commission (MVC) will hold a public hearing on a draft policy on site design and landscape at 7:15 pm on Thursday, October 18, at the Commission offices on 33 New York Avenue in Oak Bluffs.
Island hunters will have plenty of opportunities to bag game with the start of the Massachusetts hunting season.
Every Tuesday, from 11:30 am to 1 pm, at the Harbor View Hotel in Edgartown.